Linking your External Bank Account with Plaid/Instant Verification
Plaid is a technology that allows for people to link their financial accounts to a mobile application. It makes it possible for your external bank and Stash to talk to one another.
When you link Stash to your external bank account, Plaid encrypts your bank information, including your transaction information, and shares it with Stash so thatkey features, like Round-Ups, fee monitoring, and personalization.
Stash never receives your external bank login information, like your PIN, username, or password.
Opting out of Plaid
You can opt out of this connection at any time. Follow these steps to opt out of Plaid:
- Login to the Stash app.
- Tap your initials (iOS) or hamburger icon (Android) in the upper-left corner.
- Tap Manage external bank account.
- Follow the prompts to link another account using manual verification.
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